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Heather Grove Estate. SALE AT CHELTENHAM. Saturday 2nd May. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Iieather Grove istate. SALE AI' OHELTENHAM. Saturday 2ad May. Small and Edwards on our second page, have a displayed adv, of large dimensions, conoerningthis sale. It will be seen on perusal thalnt the estate comprises thirteen ohoice allotments, all on high groaund, and in good pos. tion. The station is in olono pro. ximity, with ha speoially constructed fyoopath leading thereto. The in quiries mnadeo latoly for moderate sied dwellings in this township, have beeoon excoedingly uninarons lately. This sale will cffoid iqlnies a, an oppor tunity which seldom occurs,. Blooks can bhe purhared on very.easy terms and small deposits, "a home of ones own" is easily possible in a very brief period.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Comber's Authorised News Age4 AND FANCY GOODS REPOSITORY Menton Improve the value of your own property by buying locally. Every article at City prices Circulating Library. Latest Books. Lioensed to sell stamps, Telephone, Cheltenham 75. . Agent for all the best makes of Pianos. Expert alh ,. _ 4"-·_ :: s ALE .: PtRIME Suqokers and Slips. GRIFFITH, SArgu'?t, and toorabbin rd, Chelton. PI~EWOOD.-2ft flrowopd, dry; and sound, 40s per truck. M. Clements, Fraukston, TIURKEYS, American Bronze, Gobbler land two hese, unrelated, secona season birds, SOs. Sullivan, Lower Dan. denong-road (No. 2 Settlement), J ERSEY cow, with heifer calf, young aid sound, J, Coyne, Beaumaris. -- W HITE Fantail Pigeons, prize stook, Y 5a per pair, 38 each, Home iSatur. lay and Sunday, A. Niohol, Moorabbin rloiad, Choltonham, Tean' en W. RAIN, Arohlteot 30 Gipps Street, Colliangwood, lhvitae TEN DERS, iARIII TIMBER aind TILE RESIDENCE, Montuoe Phone 6147 LOST AND FOUND. OSX Teorrier bitch, black and white. .' D...
State of the Tides [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
8tate of the Tidesa High tide for the ,nesing week will be as follows: Sunday ,,,2,6 ,, 2,33. Monday ...2,59 .,: 0.24 'Tuesdady 3,47 ,, 4,11 Wednesday 4,83 . 4.55 Thursday .,,.5,17 ,,, 5 39 S'Friday ..,6,1 ,,, 0.22 Baturday ,, 6.45 ... 7.5 Low tide can be estimated at babout half way between the times mentioned on any one (ty, Th?e Aei1. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1914.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
ChIIURCH OF ??~NGLAN,. Oheltenham--ll a.m., MrJonos 7. p.m., RevO. GCrotty Dingloy--11,15 a.m.? Rev., Cro6?i?; 7.15 Mr Jones Moorabbin--,15 pm,, Rev. C. CroltJ,. trontone-l am,, Mr Wmli 7p ,b Rev G. Kelly Mordialloo -11 a.m;, Rev G, Kell1iy 7 pmr, Mr Shackoll Aspend?ale, 11 am,. Chelsea-7,O80 pm,. Carrnt--3,.80 p.m. -Rev, L, B. Oroker, METHODIST, . L Moerabbin--11 ra,m,, Mr Woodj 7 p.m.,, Mr T, Marriott Bentleigh-- 11 a.m, Rev ,owler; r7 pm. C.A. Cheltenham--l am,, Mr George 7 p,m,, Rev H orto Mentono-.11 a,m,, Rkv Horton i 2 pm.,, Band I Mordialloo-11 n.m., Mr Serlo; 7p.m. Mr Shatwell Ieathe~ton-- p.m., Rv Horton l,,pm., S r Phillips .' , ,. Carrum-il pm, Mr 81 rle Chelsea lHall--il a.m,, Mr Upton Aspendale--11 .m., Supply;i 7 p.m., CHIURCH OF CHRIST 1 n,m,-A, P, Wilson 3 pm., -Blible Bohool 3,15 pm,-Meatone Sorvice 7 p,m.-A. P. Wilson Subject: "An Examination of.Five Witnuases " PRBESBYTERIAN, Cheltenham--See Special Advt Mentone- 11 a.m, and 7 p, m, Rev A. Harris CONGREGATIONAL. ...
THE FARM. SILOS AND ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
IIIOS. AN. WL) IGN111AGd. :llage i l fast chaligIng tile methods of feoeing all classes of live stoc's. One of the chief advantages of sllage foceding is 'hoe cheapening of tl:o ra tlin of the thairy cow. The Mucculent slhlage is much more desirable than the dry, woody butts of the iodtddr, or: even hay with its large amount of crude fibre, Three dairy farmgrs, whose testimony Is here quoted as representat'?ve of a number of others, Hay :i-"I. am satisfied that the in crease of -productlon of milk and cream has paldl for,my silo this year, ly c;,vs ·have milked the past winter Juat s if they were on prass." "Si lage saves one-half in the feed ,ill.s, and over one-half in the amount of hay eaten." "I find slalge excqllcllt .for dairy cows, Our cows mil'l as vwell il winter' as they do in summer; in fact, they usually gain when we com nlonce to feed." [lkeildes the cost of the ration heing reduced, there is also a reduction in the cost of producing a given amunt of buttcr-fat. This is...
AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
AUSTR UL.AN EXPLORER. To tile popu!ar imagn'ation Papui has for long eno:,h .tood for mys tery combined with f..r?llL.y, and In Slite of the v.'riouns :E'lo'a:tlon par tioes which from iil.;e to ilme have plnftrated the isl.nd f~.innns", and contribulted valua:l1 geographiiCI and c::ientifi ikforim:, no ;, muh Et.11 rc mains to be known, The; proximty ;o ihe malnl;nd of this large island, so r,.1 in minerals and tertile in producl.ion, naturally mr.ikcA any aunthoitlc 1:no;wled;e of its peculaitia.s anl roebl;?lto? oe vary special intor.at to AusIrailins, and ?t is gratifying to lrarn that no we I known an ,Austral!an - Sir Rup.rt Clarke- fs about to underta 'e an exploratory expcdit!on, in wh ch ha hopes to reach tie socrca of th, 1l; River, and gain nmnch l. la?' le know ledge of the surroanding cauntry thereby. Although compared wi h some lanuds, the history of New Ou'n a qx piloratlon is slight. AlIny gallant an;d. d'stinu!lshcd .men have . Io:1 h: against tremaudous o'tla in cr...
SADDLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
SADDLERf3. I., 1Maxwell, Clheltonham. F. W. Hunter, Chelsen. TAILORS. J. Tainsh, Mordiallo, D. Ewen, City and Chlelsea. A, Rankin, Montone nnd City. D. Romain, Fitzroy and Chelsea. E. Hammond, Cheltenham.
General Notes [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
General Notes F, J.' M'Oart and J. Pritchard have been selcoted as umpires for the V I,A. There wero were 180. applioations for six positions, At the match to-day, Cheltenham i' Blahak Rook, the pennant flg wmni by, holtenhanm 'lasbt seagon is t 'he unfui'le. The . president. (Mi?,* Monk) is to perform the cezemony. Mordialloo play the Adelphians on Monday next at Mordialloo. Muaro is to not as umpire, MIiddlo Brighton intiniated that theliy intended to make a small oharge tor admission to their groundl, as they hd to pay for the use thereof, Chelteosham also stated that they intended to artke -a charge. The requests were granted. * * * loorabbilu Park held a fany dress football matoh' last Saturday, also ra social. Both eveuts were .well attended; Mr W. O'Neill secured the prize for the best sustained charaoter, appearing as "What Poroy pioked up in the Park," . Mordialloo played Ellindale last Saturday, and were easily defeated. Rust umpired well, except in the opinion of some pla...
THE DAIRY HINTS ON BUTTER AND CHEESE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
THE DAIRY -+-- - , HINTS ON BUTTER AND CHEI 3E MAKING, Unless the churn is kept well venti lated, especially during tile early part of the churning period, the cream will become frothy through hbolng charg-d with gasu liberated from the cream, Unless the churnin is carried out satisfactol.ty the qua lity of the buttes is bound to suffer, It should take from 20 to 35 minutes for the crcui\m to turn to butter in the churn, Acidity in milk assists -the action of rennet, resulting in a rather firm curd. In making soft and other kinds of cheene wlhere a solft, tender curd is reinlrcd, acid milk canmot he em biloyo)d. In some varieties of cheese tbhe presence of acid, so long as the mil!: is not too sour, does not have a serious effect upon the resulting In the production of cream checso, !t is important to see only pure frcbh cream, and to make the cheese in as chort a time as possible. In ma:y cases the flavour of cream chezsc is .at fault through the cream :Ilag kept too long while the...
The Railways PASSENGER SERVICE DISORGANISED. RACE TRAFFIC THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
The Railways PASSENGERl SERVIOCE DISORGANISED, RACE TRAFFP1C THE CAUSE, Complaints have been numerone lately regarding the delay and incon venienoe caused to rogular passengers by irregular passengers travelling to the raed,. Meetiungs are becoming more frequent on the Mordialloo line, with the result that a regular train leaving Mordialloo at 5 8 p.m. daily, is constantly being run late, often half an hour, and at times three quarters. The answer invariably given to snuch complaints is that the railways must be made to pay, and the raoing fRaternity is a soureoo of large revenue. Granted that this is so, the Commissioners have a moralobligation. They issuoe weekly and monthly tickets, which are put. chased by passengers on the under standing that traias will be run as specilfed in the existing time table, and a regular train should ni t be cancelled at short notice, T'ho au thorities affrmn that notice is inRvali ably postod oal the dtfforont stations. How can a p'ison living a mil...
THE FARM. FIXING UP RUN-OUT PASTURES. (E. L. Vincent, in the "Pacific Daily Review.") [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
THE FARM, ---4+---- lU'XlNG UP RUN-OUT PASTURES. (E. L. Vincent, in the "Pacific Daily Review.") If'the dairy farmers of this coun try were to be told that they might ae making from one-third to one halt more money out of their busl noss every year of their lives than they are now, they would jump to fnd out how it might be done, I am going to make that state ment and then prcye it, The pastures of this country to-day If in good condition would suppdrt at least one-third more cows than they do at present, and in many in stances the difference might safely be placed at one half more. This is, I am aware, a startling assertion. To think that we are going on year after' year, keeping not more than half or two-thirds the stock we might and ought, is a most surprising thing. It does not speak very well for our ability as dairymen. The faict of it ii, we have not' tald land we will give to this purposo woe fence it off and there it stands froynj generation to generation, I know of thousan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS TEN SHILLINGS PRIZE EVERY WEEK A anah P'ize of ton Bhillings will be awarded to the reader giving the oorroJet forecnst of the teanm, in both gradoes of the Federal Football Association, whioh will score the highoet number of points in any one match. Ia the ovent of any porson not stating the oxaut scores, we will allow a margin of not more than throa po1ints under or overthe aotualpoints scored. In the caso of a tie, the money will b: divided, Thel deolsion of the editor Rhill be flinl The oonditions are :-1 All soores musc be sent in on coupon lublisheod in "The Nows" on the 8aturday provious to the mnatoh 2 Coupons must be in this ofloo not later than teon o'clock on the Friday night before the match U Coupons must be filled up in ink to avoid mistakes 4 In the evont of a match' not being played, the forecasts received will be ignored Roieults will be published in STea News" every week Any number of votoe may be sent in BQth cl oupos msiust be illod in, CUT ...
Federal Association FIXTURES. APRIL 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
Federal Association FIXTURES, ' AuiL 25th. Obeltenham v Block Rock and Sand, Caulfleld Distriot v Moorabbin H.Iatherton v Middle Brighton Mentona v Moorabbin Park Oarrum a bye MAY 2nd, Black Rook and Sand. v Caulfield Distriot Moorabbin v Heatherton Middle Brighton v Mentone Oarrnm v Oheltenham Moorabbin Park a bye MAY 9Oth. Oaulfield Distriot v Brighton Heathertton v Cavrum Mentono v Black Rook and Sandlingham Moorabbin Park v Moorabbin Choltenham a bye Mar. 16th. Middle Brighton v Moojabbin Park . Carrum v Caulieold Distriot rIlak Rook and Saud, v Healther ain *'orahbinv Clheltuiiham Moorabbin Park v Carrur •Heltheotozd v Mentoo Choltenharm v Middleo Brighton Black Rook and sand. v Moorabbin Caulfield District a bye, M1AY dOth. Carrum v Moorabbin Mentone v Oheltonham Middle Brighton v Black Rook and Sand, Caalfield Distriot v, Moorabbin Park Heatherton a bye JUNE 6th, 1Moarabbin v Mentone Chieltenham v Canlfield Distriot Blaok Rook and Sandringham v Oarruni Heatheoitoli Y Moorabbi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 25 April 1914
A0 THIS ESTATE .1S CLOSE TO THE CHELTENHAM RAILWAY STATION' Auction = Sale Saturday, 2nd May, 914 . , at 3 p.m., on the Ground . .. , .. 1 3 liarge AilotmhIa>?13 0 .:& I ~ Ks9(~ 7~ U/U • * ' " >' ;a . .. . Heater Grove E tate towns /m, qrm a. - : -,..i~-: ' ' Cheltenham.... . Adjoining railway line, with pathway to the .... - , 4 . - '??.' .... '.v":? ',?L", ;"'¢.. station I : . i~r (· U): L.~a ' S TM/· The Highest Position in the District C/i,,TV ' P/IR 2' ' CHL.TENHA PARK . Only £2 Deposit. Balance quarterly to 5 years TITLE free of costs to Cash with interest at 5 per cent. on ,r . Purchasers Quarterly Bala&ce . . '* For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers SMALL & EDWARDS, ' GRoUNDi ,I' 781 Collins street, MELBOURNE . Telephone 373 Central Mentone Telephone 47 Cheltenham ordialoc ' " E Ai " Garden Vale Hampton Sandringham ______ _ .. ____ S1VXW4&' 1 E W . .FAI LAM Chelt h e.. ., . .,PARK BOWLING GREEN and T`ENIS COUTS :.j =? __ ! _ _...